Hehe, I’d better finish the final part of my Gosireh lunch before I totally forget all the details (which is happening more and more now at my age). Remember I last left off at where we finished our delicious lunch and was about to proceed to the main dining room for games and stuffs. Ha, my problem is I got distracted again, and this one is on my must-see list in Gosireh – no no no, not the kitchen.
Bingo! Ladies, I present you this ……
Yes, the washroom! Well, to be specific, the gentlemen/ladies washroom. Now, before you proclaim me a pervert, think about it sis, he was in that VIP room sampling food the whole day last year. He’s got to go, right? Gosireh knows its customers very well, they have ladies room and then gentlemen/ladies room, but no ‘gentlemen’s only’ room. Hehe, so HRH has no choice but to patronize this one!
Hehe, I took so long inside the washroom checking out this and that, I hope the waitress didn’t think I had a major catastrophe in there :) While kiyomi was playing BYJ Q&A games with the sisters in the main hall, I took the opportunity to snap up a few more pictures.
I loe love love this staircase! Imagine one in your own house? :)
I think this is the utensils he used last time he ate in Gosireh. And no, I did not attempt to taste the spoon.
And the big black plate he signed after his 'Tae Wang Sang' meeting in Seoul earlier :
Good times passed so fast and our lunch had come to an end. Before we left, I had another brief moment to talk to the kind and sweet moichan. I look forward to spring when she can come out more often to meet us. She almost moved me to tears when she gave this cute Mickey chocolates to my son for Valentines. The seaweed is from the thoughtful tamatama, I will cook it, promise.
Cloudnine kindly brought over a few sisters, who visited this blog, to introduce to me. This very elegant and beautiful sister who dressed in formal kimono smiled at me, then gently retrieved the fan from her obi belt and handed to me. I thought she wanted me to look at her fan, so I opened it up, a faint fragrance came up to me. The floral design is soft and subdued, I complimented her on it, thanked and handed it back to her. Then she gently pressed the fan on my hands meaning it’s actually a gift for me. I was a bit embarrassed as I didn’t want to take it away from her formal ensemble, later on I found out from cloudnine that this beautiful sister is a kimono teacher. Thank you, thank you, I will treasure it.
Finally, this is the souvenirs from the 'April Snow & Now' circle, thank you for organizing such an enjoyable and meaningful luncheon in the name of our King :)